Honopu Bay

Honopu Bay, on the leeward west coast, is a rocky fishing ground frequented by local fishermen. It’s subject to rough seas despite being on the lee side of the island. There is a seabird sanctuary here as well as the islets of Nanahoa. According to Hawaiian legend, they were once a man named Nanahoa and his wife, who were turned into stone pillars for violating a taboo (kapu).

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